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Cancer: Lung Board Index
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... never apolize. you want answers but so sorry i dont have them. lost my hubby in Nov. with lung cancer without treatmeant which he was to weak :angel: he died in 3 months. but no more suffereing for him. keep your family in my prayers.:angel::angel::wave: (1 replies)
... possibly buy her a few months but NO ONE ever spoke of a year. We celebrated last weekend her one year survival anniversary. Now she has started having a lot of pain in her abdomen. ... (1 replies)
... place to meet people like you guys who have gone through similar experiences with loss. Right now we are unsure of everything. A week ago Brian was experiencing back pain and they did everything from Bone Scans, MRI, Cat scans, CT scans, even bone marrow.. everything seemed fine. Believe it or not.. ... (7 replies)

... My brother in law was having back pain and had a tumor removed from his spine that was a secondary cancer. They just found out the primary source is in his lungs. He is only 39 but smoked. What do you think the survival rate is? ... (7 replies)
... I had a chest xray done because I had a swollen lymph node and they found scar tissue in my lungs. The doctor told me not to worry about it because it could be from medication I was taking for rheumatoid arthritis or chemicals I have inhaled. ... (12 replies)
... not stabbing nor shooting pain, but pain as if a semi hit me. ... (0 replies)
... I presume you mean where would the pain be if your lungs were hurting. ... (1 replies)
Chemo Pills
Jun 13, 2008
... re the drug is not working. For my mom it worked well and totally did away with her lung tumor. It did work on her liver mets for awhile but then quit and it was back to chemo.Though it did not save my mom's life it gave her a great deal of quality time between chemos which she was forever thankful for. ... (3 replies)
... Hi...i am so sorry for what your family and your dad are going through right now. i only know from my own experience...just wondering why he wasn't eligible for surgery or chemo due to his tranplant? ... (6 replies)
... kidney transplant in his younger years, it was no longer an option. We have now been undergoing radiation for what seems like an eternity....and we got results back the other day, not good....it has matastis to his rib bone, and a back bone....and his lungs are filled with fluid again.... ... (6 replies)
... sounds like you need to see someone else...for another opinion and some help...you can't go on like that...and if you are not getting the results you need from who you are currently seeing...seek out someone else...thinking of you... ... (2 replies)
... I have had severe thoracic back pain for about 7 mos now. I have had two MRIs of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar regions. ... (0 replies)
... It totally did away with the tumor in her lung and worked for awhile on the liver mets then quit. Because of that responce she died without active cancer in her lungs and we figured a pulmonary embolism killed her as her liver mets were not yet bad enough to cause liver failure. ... (7 replies)
... odules and removed . Did not spread any place else. Did an optional 4 rounds of chemo and feel great right now except for that pain. still take percocet and have pain in back and under breastboness. My scans all clear My Dr went in from the sides cut underarm and split ribs. ... (2 replies)
... although it feels like from the spine, not the lungs, don't know the difference! ... (7 replies)
... ch younger people on this board. In many ways she was very blessed in her battle as while the chemo did leave her fatigued which she hated, she did not feel sick from it or was she in any pain until right near the end when she started having severe back pain off and on. ... (8 replies)
... The pain could be severe arthritis, fed by her immobility, and by the fact we reside in a steamy Southern climate. Or it could be metastastic cancer. ... (8 replies)
... ical intervention. The only thing we are doing is I give him acupressure every evening. He is pretty much normal now. So I'm puzzled as to how you improve and go back to normal on your own if you have advanced cancer. ... (10 replies)
... and the only side effect from that was she could not sleep. Her hubby said she was in and out of bed every fifteen minutes. But she never missed a day of work or social event. ... (3 replies)
... onday. As far as I heard, he has not had any side effects yet. I think I have mentioned on another thread, but he has had bad days and good days. He is having pain in his lungs and shortness of breath. Both of which are occurring more often as the days go by. ... (12 replies)


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